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In CBR's inaugural edition of Retro-Stuffed, Andy Liegl heads back in time to Valiant's first universe, focusing on Jim Shooter and David Lapham's super-powered teens on the run in "Harbinger."
In a massive roundtable interview, Valiant Entertainment execs talk about high sales for "X-O Manowar" #1 revealing the true first printing number, explaining their full marketing plans and share exclusive art.
Kelly Thompson gives "Harbinger" #1 4 stars saying the Valiant relaunch by Joshua Dysart and Khari Evans "brings something very smart and cool to the table" of superhero comics.
Valiant follows up its "X-O Manowar" launch with the June 6 debut of Joshua Dysart and Khari Evans' "Harbinger" #1 and CBR has the first look at the issue's QR Visual Variant video message!
Valiant Entertainment has released the first lettered preview for "Harbinger" #1 written by Joshua Dysart with art by Khari Evans. The Summer of Valiant continues with "Harbinger" on June 6.
The Valiant Entertainment editorial team took to C2E2 to explain how they plan to keep the best elements of the publisher's fan-favorite characters while bringing X-O Manowar, Harbinger, Bloodshot and more into a new era.
Valiant has released the full creative lineup for its "Summer of Valiant" relaunch including Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry on "Archer & Armstrong" and Duane Swierczynski and Manuel Garcia on "Bloodshot."
Valiant has released two teasers in anticipation of its "Summer of Valiant," featuring "X-O Manowar" and "Harbinger" with more to come.
Valiant Entertainment has announced the relaunch of "Harbinger" written by Joshua Dysart with art by Khari Evans.
A former executive from the original Valiant run as well as a longtime Wizard Magazine leader and the editor behind Marvel hits like "Thor" have joined Valiant Entertainment as Fred Pierce and Warren Simons speak exclusively to CBR.
Fueled by a capital injection from former Marvel CEO Peter Cuneo's new company, the owners of the Valiant Comics library are set to launch new stories starring the '90s superheroes in 2012, as the principals tell CBR first.